gates of the fort of Delhi were strengthened ; the fortification*
of ilakka were increased ; new towers were built on the
battlements of ITandu ; and grain was stored up in forts of
Boleru and Cauderu.
114(5). A DESCRIPTION OF THE CAPTURE OF KALUBARIGA.
The verse gives a graphic account of the hardships of
the wives of the khans, uialite, and vaziers, when Krsnaraya
captured the fort of Kalubariga.
114(r). A DESCRIPTION OF THE CAPTURE OF KALUBARIGA.
Having pitched £ the veligudarcC* on the 12th Tai of the
year Prajotpatti, (Krsnadevaraya) marched upon Kutuppa
Saha and Nizam Saha. During the course of a campaign
of three years, he fought with the three kingdoms^, and setup a
pillar of glory at Kalubariga. He exacted tribute from the lords
of the three kingdoms... and returned to Vijayanagara (where
he) remained (for some time).
SZmrZjyamu, BK&rati VI, ii. p. 62L
114 (rf). THE SIEGE OF KALUBARIGA.
After the lapse of some time having resolved to make
war upon Kalyanam and Kalubarige, (Kr^nadevaraya)
summoned (to the capital) all the jagirdars. In obedience to
the royal order, old Cannama Nayadu of Kadavakolami went
to Vijayanagara with all his retainers and presented himself
before Krsnadevaraya. Then as the Raya marched at the
head of his army upon Kalubariga, all [the officers of the
Nizam]t came thither with large forces, and lay encamped in
the neighborhood of the fort. Summoning all his [nobles and
captains] to his presence, the Raya said : " If you tight in
*fW^r*6$&r<* means outer teat, in which the kings of Vijayanagara ^ere accustomed
tp e*»p during the military expeditions.
thrw kingdoms referred to here are those of G31kon<Ja, BijSpSr aad
, literally jneaAi all the NizSjns.